Skype is getting its biggest update in a long time, getting rid its light-blue theme for a new, customizable interface and features aimed at the way young people communicate.
Facing a long and drawn out legal battle with chip-maker Qualcomm, Apple is apparently increasing its use of Intel-branded chips in its Apple smartphones.
Amazon today has revealed Apple iCloud users can now link their calendar to Echo and Alexa for the first time.
Now, if you receive a DM from someone you don’t follow, it will be channeled to a new Requests folder rather than appearing in your Inbox.
Nest is back with a new and improved camera called the Nest Cam IQ, and it’s a lot smarter than previous models.
According to a new report, the Coffee Lake processors, due to be released later this year, will be 30 percent faster than 7th-gen Kaby Lake parts.
Since leaving Google several years ago, Andy Rubin backing a new project to make a smartphone – it’s called the Essential Phone, and it unsurprisingly operates Android.
A leaked internal document from the Cupertino company lists select MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, AirPort Express, and iPhone models to become obsolete.
In an interview with Bloomberg Canada, Wozniak mentions that he believes Apple will not be the source of the next big idea, but that will actually come from eccentric entrepreneur, Elon Musk.
ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU cores, the Cortex-75 and the Cortex-A55 at Computex, a computer expo held annually in Taipei, Taiwan.
Lisa Bridgett, 45, was midway through a phone call when Salman Abedi detonated a bomb killing 22 people, injuring dozens others and sending a steel nut hurtling towards her head.
According to new reports, the iPhone will use optical fingerprint scanning to enable a user to place their finger directly onto the screen to unlock the device